I've been hoarding this kit since the time it was probably the best 1:48 Mustang. Now we have modern new kits like Airfix and Eduard, so I figured I'd better build it before it becomes irrelevant. I had also picked up a couple of [...]
A bit of a trial this one.
My first attempt ended as a blob of plastic after attempting the butterfly stroke in a pool of cellulose thinners.
6 months later I came round to the second attempt.
I used the Barracudacals Decal set for this [...]
For sheer looks and glamour in the display case it's hard to beat a Mustang. In this case an ETO version assigned to one Lt Allen K Abner, a Block 10 variant of the venerable P-51 built in Inglewood, California. I had no idea who 'Daisy [...]
It was a warm spring morning, but there was a special mood in the air. At six o'clock in the morning the briefing began, as if simply ... And yet there was something extraordinary about it. on the blackboard the words "Ramrod [...]
One of the most legendary fighters of World War II, the Mustang became the ultimate escort fighter as the P-51D. On the late versions, the tail was modified to improve the handling of the aircraft in flight along with an additional 85 [...]
TAMIYA North American P-51D Mustang scale kit in 1/32nd scale. Highly recommended!
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This is the 1/72 Academy P-51B. I just finished it today. I am trying to get some of the P-51B's in my stash done before the new Arma kit is released.
This aircraft nicknamed "SNAFU", was flown by !st Lt. Clemens A. Feidler. [...]
I first encountered the Mustang model in the early nineties. It was an Airfix kit from the Aircraft of the aces series. Of course, then the model seemed to be perfect in its performance. I painted it with the usual Humbrol paints and a [...]
I finished this Tamiya P-51D Mustang in Chuck Yeager's markings. I was thinking this would be a quick build (and it should have) but it ended up taking me almost three months. The model is built straight out of the box. Markings were [...]
Being quite lazy I tend to favor Tamiya kits, to eliminate any headaches from the start. Now this one here was an experiment in using Montex masks for the serial numbers and national insignia - something in line with the bad reputation of [...]